Brampton Transit Facts

Our System

Brampton Transit is a pay-as-you-board transit system. Entry is by cash, PRESTO, or valid transfer. Exact fare is required on buses.

In 2010, we launched our Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service, Züm, along Queen Street. Since then, we've launched three more BRT routes and one BRT extensnion: Züm Main Street, Züm Bovaird Drive and Züm Steeles Avenue.  

Our Facilities

We have two facilities: the Clark Facility (185 Clark Boulevard) and the Sandalwood Facility (130 Sandalwood Parkway West). The Sandalwood Facility was built in 2008 to help address the rapid population growth in Brampton and the need for more transit services.  The Sandalwood Facility is closed to the public until Spring 2016.

Our Routes

We have 65 routes, which includes:

  • 4 BRT lines (Züm Queen Street, Züm Main Street. Züm Steeles Avenue, Züm Bovaird Drive)
  • 1 GO shuttle route - Route 92 Bramalea GO Shuttle
  • 2 express routes - Route 115 Airport Express and 185 Dixie Express
  • 17 school routes

Our busiest route is 501/501A Züm Queen.

Our Fleet

We have 386 buses (295 conventional buses and 91 Züm bus rapid transit buses). Of these, 370 of these buses are equipped with accessibility features.

Our Team

Brampton Transit has more than 1,000 employees.

Our Accessible Buses

We have 370 buses equipped with accessibility features on 43 of our routes:

  • Lift or ramp, kneeling feature at front doors
  • Two wheelchair/scooter areas
  • Blue international wheelchair symbol displayed on front passenger side

Our Passes

We offer a variety of transit passes for our riders:

  • Weekly & monthly passes are available on PRESTO cards 
  • Brampton Transit Senior Identification Card 
  • War Veteran Pass

Our Rider Guide

The Rider Guide is Brampton Transit’s official map for transit routes and information. It's free and available at the following locations: